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We solved the problem for Dean and Wayne, but I wanted to post the solution for everyone else's benefit: 

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This is a know install problem related to an incorrect registry entry and having a mapped network share on your machine.
The issue is inside the MSI installer and is outside our control.

Fortunately, Glenn Long, one of our users, posted a workaround/solution:

1. Open a CMD Window
2. Execute using your own path:  

C:\> msiexec /i "Design Pattern Framework 4.0 CS.msi" TARGETDIR="C:\Personal\Design Pattern Framework 4.0 CS"

Simple adjust the MSI filename and TARGETDIR to your needs.

Hope this is helpful.
Dan


Dan McMillan, Jan 03, 2013
Direct link to the answer: http://dofactory.com/topic/1519/what-pattern-to-use.aspx
Nov 10, 2011
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